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It seems that Idealists strongly prefer other intuitives.Compared to other types, the Idealists appear to have the most to lose if they make a wrong choice.
their capacity for producing and consuming art, music, literature, etc (Myers, Mc Caulley, Quenk & Hammer, 1998). But then a study on 458 9th - 12 graders found that they had the lowest I. Various studies have found ENFPs disproportionately overrepresented among groups of gifted students.The Idealists, however, actually tend to be more satisfied with other Idealists.But Rationals are the second favorite choice for the Idealists.In fact, for the category "Other" ENFPs reported being the least stressed out of all types.ENFPs have some of the lowest rates of heart disease and hyperension.The path choices were "Managerial," "Technical," "Challenging project," and "Own company." Each path was preferred by 1 - 3 specific types; the ENFPs, however, preferred each path almost equally. Nor do they turn up in the lists of types who really hated certain aspects of their job.
What we do know about them is that they were dissatisfied with "Promotions" and "Salary" (like pretty much all types).
However, there may be trouble when they arrive in college.
ENFPs were among the types with the lowest college retention rate, and a study found that they were often referred for substance abuse training.
ENFPs were also underrepresented for the organizational value "Achievement within system." Over 80% of ENFPs indicated that they liked the work environment characteristics "Variety of tasks," "Independence and achievement," "Teamwork," "Clear structure," and "Loyalty/security." They were among the top four types for liking "Independence and achievement," "Teamwork," "People from different backgrounds," and "International opportunities." (The first three characteristics were liked by over 50% of ENFPs.) So what sort of jobs do ENFPs end up in? According to Hammer (1993), occupational trends for ENFPs include "Counseling," "Teaching," "Religion," and "Arts." Overall, ENFPs seem to be neither particularly satisfied nor particularly unsatisfied with their jobs.
One intriguing study examined career paths of software technical professionals. They don't turn up in the list of types who really liked certain aspects of their job.
A study of undecided students found that among females, 22.4% were ENFPs, and among males, 16.3% were ENFPs. ENFPs are the type that turns up third most frequently among people majoring in Education.